With less than a week left before the special election, the four-way race for the vacant Senate District 15 seat has attracted more than $156,000 in contributions, campaign finance reports show.
Vote Yes for Starkville Parks has raised more than $8,000 in its campaign to raise support for a 1-percent increase to Starkville’s tourism taxes, with nearly half of that coming from the city’s mayor and a prominent developer.
Four of the 10 candidates for local county offices who failed to submit campaign finance reports by the first reporting period deadline Friday turned their reports in to the Lowndes County Circuit Clerk’s Office on Monday.
Starkville Police Department and the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Office will have extra officers out as the departments begin an annual seat belt enforcement campaign.
Starkville mayoral candidates Johnny Moore and Lynn Spruill have raised a combined $100,000 in their attempts to secure the city’s highest elected seat, documents show.
Only two candidates running for elected Starkville offices reported raising campaign funds in 2016 in anticipation of this year’s municipal election.
We’ll know soon enough who won. We already know the prize: A big, ugly wound in the heart of American politics.
With the cloud of an FBI investigation lifted, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump struck strikingly different tones as they moved into the final hours of a volatile, nearly two-year-long presidential campaign.
Donald Trump’s legions of followers say they’re growing confident of victory — and many say they won’t accept defeat.
While Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of appealing to hatred, the Republican nominee predicts that never-ending investigations will prevent his Democratic opponent from governing effectively.